Bruce Willis shoots thriller in Alabama

If you see a man who looks like Bruce Willis in Alabama this week, the double take is perfectly fine.

The 66-year-old actor is filming the thriller “Die Like Lovers” in the Birmingham area.

Jesse Atlas’s director and co-writer has confirmed to that filming is underway here. The film is based on his 2017 short film “Die them like lovers” about a hopping assassin who begins to question his identity and morality from his violent mission.

It’s unclear what role Willis will play in the feature film, or if the gender of the main character will change to accommodate the stars. In short, the Assassin, directed by Atlas and written by Atlas and Aaron Wolf, is a woman named Alex (played by Angela Lewis).

According to a report from Deadline Hollywood, Willis signed for the film in April – the title was listed there as “Soul Assassin” – and Nomza Mombasa with “Coming 2 America” ​​Dominic Purcell Negotiations were underway for the cast of ” Blade: Trinity ”and“ Prison Break ”television to participate.

The script for the film is explained by Deadline as follows: “As part of a new experimental military program, a woman was killed in action. A former Black Ops soldier then finds his murderer in his place.

The deadline indicates that Brickell & Broadbridge International is working with Endless Media to make this film.

The · Alabama Film Office We have confirmed that the main filming location for “Die Like Lovers” will be in the Birmingham area, but no further details were available.

A recent casting call for the background cast and stand-ins for “Die Like Lovers” was posted on Facebook. Goalman casting. According to the notice, works in various categories were available from June 21 to 25 and required a background actor to play a restaurant customer or a member of the Black Ops team.

“Die Like Lovers” is the latest in a long line of Willis film projects. The actor has more than 12 films in the works, according to IMDB, many of them before or after production.

His CV includes the series “Die Hard”, “Pulp Fiction”, “12 Monkeys”, “Six Sense”, “Sin City”, “Fifth Element”, “Motherless Brooklyn”, “Motherless Brooklyn”. Includes “Unbreakable” and “Glass”.

On television, Willis is best known for his revolutionary role in “side business” (1985-1989). He played a wise private investigator on the other side of Cybill Shepherd and won an Emmy and a Golden Globe Award in 1987. “Side” was the setting for Willis’ film career, which gained fame as a action hero.

Willis received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2006.

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